21 Things You Don't Know You Can Actually Recycle

Co-op America Quarterly wrote an article about 21 things you may not know you can actually recycle. Take, for example, foam peanuts:

Your local pack-and-ship store will likely accept foam peanuts for reuse. Or, call the Plastic Loose Fill Producers Council to find a drop-off site: 800/828-2214. For places to drop off foam blocks for recycling, contact the Alliance of Foam Packaging Recyclers, 410/451-8340, www.epspackaging.org/info.html

Here is the complete list: Link - Thanks Dave!

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I don't buy the giving away stuff to a recycling company to make money from it. Just put it in the landfill. Landfills are cheaper.
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